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To all the Duc owners out there... - February 23, 2009, 10:53 AM

In my quest to get my Duc back up on 2 before the season begins,I'm looking to toss some K&N pods on to go with the new slip-ons I picked up awhile back.

Looking at the K&N filters listed below. Saw them on a pre-98 Monster, but I'm not sure if they'll fit onto onto my 750 Sport? Anybody know if the specs of these match up with the 750? As far as the bike, the specs are the same as the 750SS, mine's just the economy version of that bike Ducati put out. Thanks

K&N RU-1750 -- Universal Air Cleaner Assembly; Round Straight; OD-3.75 in.; Flange L-2 in.; Inside Flange 2 7/16 in.; Angled 20 Degrees; Rubber End; Filter Length 4 in.

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February 23, 2009, 10:56 AM

those are the most common ones people use, I went with some bigger oval ones for my duc, if you're worried or want more options just pop off the air box and measure the intakes and available area
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these are the ones I used, forget the part # though
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February 23, 2009, 11:04 AM

cool, thanks man...Also, how did u do the battery/ECU mount? Just fab'd one up yourself? BTW that Acerbis headline/front end is mean lookin.


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February 23, 2009, 11:12 AM

mine is carbed so I just had to mount the coils and battery, was able to salvage enough off the original airbox/batterybox to use the stock mounts, just secured the front to the carbs themselves
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